SANDY, Utah (KSTU) — A person wants assist discovering the Good Samaritan who saved his life.
Yury Korkishko was in his yard on Monday afternoon when he was stung by wasps and began struggling an allergic response.
“It was tougher and tougher to breathe,” stated Korkishko.
Whereas his spouse, Lidia, was driving him to the hospital, Korkishko misplaced consciousness, forcing the couple to tug over and watch for an ambulance.
“I couldn’t do something,” recalled Korkishko. “I used to be useless.”
Passing drivers stopped to get him out of the automobile. One lady occurred to have an EpiPen readily available.
“She wasn’t afraid,” Korkishko stated. “She did it and she or he saved me.”
The Korkishkos moved from Ukraine to Utah 30 years in the past. They’re touched by all of the individuals who jumped in to assist.
“You don’t see that each day,” stated Korkishko’s son, Alex. “You see all of the chaos. The place we’re from, our metropolis’s destroyed. However right here, folks love one another.”
Korkishko stayed in a single day at Alta View Hospital and was discharged Tuesday afternoon. He stated he was doing OK.
“No less than I begin to breathe, it’s very good,” stated Korkishko. “It’s higher than alcohol.”
Now, the Korkishkos hope to trace down the lady with the EpiPen who medical doctors say saved his life.
“I need to meet you a minimum of to say thanks very a lot for every little thing,” stated Korkishko.
“I hope you possibly can come ahead so we are able to thanks personally,” stated Alex. “I get to stay one other 12 months with my dad, so thanks.”
This story was initially reported by Emily Tencer on fox13news.com.